Student Accommodation in Bath, United Kingdom

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • ⭐ Are my bills included in the rent from my Bath student accommodation?

    Most of our properties in Bath have bills included, so you're only going to pay the rent and nothing else. Remember to make sure that this is the case with the property you have chosen.

  • ⭐ How do I find student accommodation in Bath?

    You will find plenty of student accommodations in Bath that are close to your uni on UniAcco. Options include studios, ensuites, flats and more. Compare options on our platform based on 80+ parameters and pick the one which suits you the best.

  • ⭐ Can I schedule a tour of my student flat in Bath before I book?

    Of course! In order to arrange a viewing, get in touch with one of our property experts and they will arrange the same.

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Student Accommodation in Bath

Bath is regarded as the city of Roman architecture and is located on the banks of the Avon River. It is a city with some extraordinary architectural endeavours and gorgeous sculptures scattered across the city. The location has been designated a world-historic site due to its rich past and important sculptures. Bath is an incredible place to live since there is so much to do.

You may select your private student flats in Bath at Avon Studios, Bath or iQ Twerton Mill, Bath to be near to the city's main centre. The architecture you'll see here is mind-boggling, and you won't be able to see it anyplace else. Bath Abbey is a well-known Norman church that you should see at least once. Lansdown Crescent, the Royal Crescent, The Circus, and Pulteney Bridge are all architectural developments worth seeing. Royal Victoria Park is within a few minutes walk from the city centre.

There are several famous theatres and other recreational centres, so you can anticipate seeing some wonderful cultural events and plays live. There's a lot of nightlife here, and you'll love every minute of it. Some pubs and bars are open 24 hours a day and provide delicious beverages and meals. The city's selling feature is its restaurants. Bath delicacies, particularly Bath Buns and Sally Lunn Buns, are must-tries that will not disappoint. Other than cuisine and entertainment, the city has a lot to offer. Explore it to determine which solutions appear to be ideal for you in terms of taking advantage of what the city has to offer.

About Bath

An attractive city with a rich history, modern culture, green areas, and a few surprises. The picturesque Bath, built for pleasure and relaxation, has been a well-being destination since Roman times. The waters are still popular, both in the historic Roman Baths and at the totally contemporary Thermae Bath Spa, which has the only natural thermal hot springs in Britain that may be bathed in.

Bath's tiny, visitor-friendly centre is brimming with places to dine and drink, as well as some of the best independent shops in the country, making it a perfect city break destination. Immerse yourself in Bath's extraordinary array of museums and galleries, as well as year-round festivals, theatre, music, and sports.

Bath's honey-coloured Georgian architecture looks straight out of a Jane Austen book, with highlights including the landmark Royal Crescent and the grandiose Circus. 

Student Housing in Bath

Universities provide outstanding amenities that are used by both domestic and foreign students. Bath’s universities, with their wide halls, also provide superb accommodation. There is also sufficient provision for students who choose private student accommodation in Bath. Off-campus, there's plenty for students to do, with fantastic nightlife options such as clubs and restaurants, and for those who want to explore a little further. Here you will discover information on UniAcco's private student accommodation in Bath, including student houses in Bath and much more.

Best Places to Stay in Bath

UniAcco offers many options of student accommodation in Bath. The locations of these private student lets in Bath are very affordable and are located close to your university.

  • iQ Twerton Mill - This student property in Bath has Non-Ensuite Rooms, Ensuite Rooms, and Studio Apartments. This facility has fully equipped rooms as well as Wi-Fi.
  • The Depot - The Depot student accommodation in Bath provides studio rooms as well as free dual occupancy. To alleviate students' daily worries, a bed, Wi-Fi, a washing facility, and a 24-hour staff are given. The lodging is ANUK and National Code approved.
  • Avon Studios - Avon Studios is located in Bath, which is home to the renowned University of Bath, which is noted for its reputation in research and teaching and is rated sixth in the United Kingdom. Bath's universities are well regarded, making it an excellent destination to study.
  • Charlton Court - Charlton Court offers a variety of options with student accommodation in Bath. Expect a Wi-Fi connection, a study desk, and a bed regardless of the room you choose. Students have access to on-site personnel 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Cost of Living in Bath

If you pay on the bus, a ticket costs £1.50 and a day pass costs £2.50, and it is quicker if you order the fares in bulk on your phone. You might also include the cost of taking the train/coach home, as this is something most students will do, especially in the first semester. This definitely varies on where you reside, but Bath is well connected to the railway and bus station in the city centre.

BathRider Bus Passes provide unlimited travel on all Bath Buses (excluding Park & Ride and private excursions) for £17.50. The FirstDay ticket allows unlimited daily travel in and out of Bath for £4.10 off-peak (after 9 am Mon-Fri and Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays)

If you live in student accommodation in Bath and dine out just sometimes, you could do so for £700, so £1,200 is a fair budget for anyone who requires their own home and wants to experience at least some of what this beautiful city has to offer.

Bath Transportation

The Bath City Bus

The Bath City Bus operates Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Each trip on the normal service costs $1.00, although frequent rider cards (12 rides for $10) are available. 

The Bath Trolley

The Bath Trolley runs on weekends in May and six days a week beginning at 9:15 or 10 a.m. in June until Columbus Day. Except for advertised specials, a one-way trolley ride costs only $1.00. A $20 annual membership with unlimited riding rights is offered.

Bath Attractions

1. Go to the Roman Baths.

Immerse yourself in history and discover how Bath's past residents unwinded centuries ago. Interactive exhibitions and computer-generated reconstructions bring this fascinating historical landmark to life, demonstrating how essential the baths were to our Roman forefathers.

2. Thermae Bath Spa is a place to unwind

You can't swim in the Roman Baths anymore, but you may experience the same natural hot spring water at Thermae Bath Spa. With exquisite treatments, relaxation rooms, and a breathtaking rooftop pool with 360-degree views of the city, this one-of-a-kind facility takes the spa into the twenty-first century.

3. Be a Culture Maker Vulture

Bath is a veritable treasure trove of museums and galleries (far too many to list here). In The Holburne Museum, you may absorb yourself in Bath's culture, experience the Georgian era at No.1 Royal Crescent, and embrace fashion at the Fashion Museum. Visit Victoria Art Gallery for classic and contemporary art in a magnificent Victorian setting, or House of Frankenstein to immerse yourself in Mary Shelley's dark world and her renowned gothic creation.

4. Climb the Bath Abbey Tower

Take the Bath Abbey Tower Tour to learn about the workings of this historic building. Descend 212 steps to the top, where you may stand atop Bath Abbey's vaulted ceiling and sit behind the watch face after passing through the ring room and into the bell room. You'll be rewarded with stunning views of the city and surrounding countryside once you reach the roof.

5. Get Lost in Austen's World

Explore the Bath life of Britain's favourite novelist at The Jane Austen Centre. Exhibits and costumed figures explain the narrative of Jane Austen's time in Bath between 1801 and 1806 and the influence it had on her work.